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A Louisville man recently was recognized by the Kentucky Sheriff's Association for his role in locating and rescuing a missing Grayson County man last summer. Pictured are, from left, Grayson County Sheriff Norman Chaffins, National Sheriff's Association president Harold Eavenson, award recipient Mike Payne and Kentucky Sheriff's Association president Kevin Corman. Panye, a helicopter pilot, volunteered his time and helicopter to search for the man.
Man receives award for role in rescue

A Louisville man recently received the “Citizen Support Award” from the Kentucky Sheriff’s Association for his role in a Grayson County rescue this summer.
Grayson County Sheriff Norman Chaffins recommended Mike Payne for the award, presented at the association’s annual banquet Sept. 14.
Payne, a helicopter pilot, was instrumental in finding Denver Wood after he went missing the night of Aug. 31, 2016.